Without clothing to keep them company, love-letter-filled shoeboxes and love-letter-filled skeletons would find the closet very lonely. Clean closet companions with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of dry cleaning at First Class Dry Cleaners.
The trained professionals at First Class Dry Cleaners wield environmentally friendly solvents to cleanse clothes, prevent shrinkage, and guard against fading. The garment gurus can launder shirts ($2.95 each) and slide them on to hangers, or dry-clean pants ($7.99 each) stained by evenings spent stomping grapes into raisins. Sullied skirts, blouses, and regular sweaters ($7.99 each) emerge from their makeovers ready to regain a place in weekly clothing lineups. The skilled textile stylists use cleaning and finishing techniques to revitalize formalwear such as men's suits, women's suits, and regular dresses ($18.99 each). To prevent mistakes and lost items, each garment dons a tag that helps cleaners track it as it travels through each cleaning step or migrates to southern textile mills for the winter.
Though First Class Dry Cleaners sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
First Class Dry Cleaners
First Class Dry Cleaners’ staff takes a green approach, first by lifting stains and odors with an eco-friendly cleaning solution and state-of-the-art machinery, and then by packaging garments in a biodegradable poly-roll and hanging them on recyclable hangers. They continue minding Mother Nature when wet cleaning items, as well as when cleaning rugs and carpets or cleaning and conditioning leather and suede. Beyond cleaning, First Class’s team also offers alterations and repairs, from hemming pants to hammering new links into chain mail. They also stress custom convenience by offering 24/7 drop-off service, and to earn customers’ long-term trust, their team offer 100% satisfaction guaranteed, credits for friend referrals, guaranteed price match within the Davisville area, and reward points of 1 per cent for every dollar spent.